Position: Professor, Graphic Design; Core Faculty, Richardson Design Center
- Graphic Design
Biography: I see great design as art's dialog with daily life. I teach all levels of graphic design, specializing in visual language and affirming the role of applied arts in mindful change. My own work focuses on book illustration and poster design. I serve as the Curator and Co-Director of the Colorado International Invitational Poster Exhibition (CIIPE) and my work can be found in many international publications and exhibition catalogs. I am active in professional practice, currently exploring experimental techniques in visual storytelling and public art. I can read upside down.
M.F.A. Illustration, Syracuse University; B.F.A. Graphic Design, Colorado State University
Curious Catwalk - Designer/Illustrator/Author, Propeller Press 2003 ••• The Tale of Dog Giovanni - Designer/Illustrator/Author, Propeller Press, 2001 ••• Examples of my work are featured in two international textbooks: Design Composition Training, Rikuyosha Publishing, Japan 2017, and Communicating Design Through Numbers, P.I.E. Books, Japan 2016 ••• I was also a co-author for The Physical Characteristics of Poster Art, - Visual Resources: An International Journal of Documentation, Co-Author 1994